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Autumn 2018 at IPC

October at IPC

Sunday, 7: Sunday Worship at 11:15 followed by fellowship time. It is a World Communion Day. If you able, please bring a small piece of bread that represents your homeland.

Sunday, 14: Sunday Worship at 11:15 followed by Congregational Planning meeting. Please stay with us and help us build the future of our congregation.

Thursday, 18: Bibles and Beer at 5:30 at Carpe Diem.

Saturday, 20: Women of the Church meet at 10 at home of Linda T. Check WOC page for info about our current study book.

Sunday, 21: Sunday Worship including Harvest Fest celebration at 11:15. After the worship you are invited to our annual Harvest fest auction. Please, bring items you would like to put on auction, or… bid for delicacies brought by others.

Sunday, 28: Sunday Worship at 11:15 followed by fellowship time. Note, on that Sunday there will be time change (welcome to Winter time) and Brussels marathon. Please make sure you leave home early enough.

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Mission of the Month – “Stay Warm” Drive with Protestant Social Center

Mission of the Month – October

Protestant Social Center

IPC has a long history of local mission work as a part of the Protestant Social Center.  As one of the founding partners of The Protestant Social Center, IPC has continued to be involved in a number of PSC programs.  The PSC was created as a unified Protestant presence in Brussels and as an efficient way of providing joint services to those most at risk in our area. From assistance for refugees and the homeless, to clothing, school supplies, medical care, language instruction, social connections, aid for battered spouses and general “pastoral presence”, PSC has been OUR  presence in Brussels Protestant Church ministry.

The IPC Mission of the Month for October is the Protestant Social Centre and our own “Stay Warm” Drive.  Autumn is here and winter is not far behind.  Our IPC Stay Warm Drive is twofold: collecting gently used coats, sweaters, gloves and other cold weather clothing (only cold weather clothing, please!), or a financial offering to assist in the support of the most vulnerable living in Brussels through the winter months.

The final day for receiving clothing will be Sunday, 28 October; all donations will be delivered immediately after that date. Please remember that this is a drive focused on cold weather clothing.  We cannot accept items for a general clothing drive.